I am Drusilla by Lucille Moncrief is a short story about High Priestess Drusilla and her love, Egino.
This is a short story of love and determination. This short is emotionally charged, drawing me in and not letting go. This tale is very well written, and though it is short, it is one of the best vampire stories I have read in a long time.
The Dead Orphanage by A.A. Allsop has an alternative cover, and title of Peter Green and the Unliving Academy: This Book is Full of Dead People (The Unliving Chronicles 1) by Angelina Allsop. This story is about Pete Green, a fourteen -year-old boy who finds himself dead, but can’t remember anything but his name, age and the fact that he is dead.
For starters, I loved this story. It was fun, imaginative, and full of fun characters. The author takes us on a fantastic journey of a boy trying to find out who he is. He makes friends, and in doing so finds help. I loved the characters. The creatures are fun, and the world the author created is unique to me. I’ve not read about such a world before, and this story was delightful and emotional.
With that being said, this book could have used better editing, but it did not hinder my enjoyment and I’m looking forward to reading more of Peter’s adventures.
Horns by Joe Hill is a stand alone novel about a young man, Ignatius Perrish, waking up after a night of drinking too much and discovering he has grown horns.
I have to say that Joe Hill’s writing definitely gives his father, Stephen King, a run for his money. Superb writing and great character development give this story depth. I highly recommend this book to any Stephen King lover.